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President Horner Interviewed on

Dr. David G. Horner was recently interviewed on, where he spoke about the roots of The American College of Greece, in the context of the 140-anniversary since its establishment in Smyrna, and the 50-year anniversary of its relocation to the Aghia Paraskevi campus. The President discussed the school’s nature as a private non-profit educational establishment, and the opportunities it offers students through a global mindset to international education which results in a high employability rate for ACG graduates, while also supporting them throughout their studies with financial assistance programs.

Dr. Horner expanded on the benefits that private institutions can offer Greece, including providing more choices to students, and a “complementarity to the public system what would serve the society very well.” The President then discussed the on-going economic crisis, and shared his hopes that one day the country will be able to “celebrate the recovery and the restoration of real strength and hope that I think Greece deserves.”